An afternoon of talks around Indigenous cultures. One ticket buys admission to as many as you like!
1.45pm – Hugh Brody – Tracks Across the Sand The legendary writer, director and anthropologist Hugh Brody screens and discusses a series of short films about the ‡Khomani San of the Southern Kalahari as they develop and then cope with their 1999 land claim.
3pm – Museums and Indigenous People Maree Clarke and Nadia Myre discuss the complex relationships between Indigenous people and Museums, with London curators and Indigenous Associate Stephanie Pratt. The talk begins with a screening of Ojibway filmmaker Adam Khalil’s The Violence of a Civilization without Secrets.
4pm – The Eccles Centre Talk – Transatlantic Connections Madeline Sayet, Nadia Myre and Johanna Nutter discuss their work with Dr Philip Hatfield, Head of the Eccles Centre for American Studies at the British Library.
5pm – Beyond the Spectacle Prof. David Stirrup and Prof. Jacqueline Fear-Segal, with their colleagues from the BEYOND THE SPECTACLE research project, discuss the interactions between the Indigenous cultures of North America and the UK.
As part of ORIGINS Festival of First Nations Arts, celebrating the world Indigenous artists and activist between 11 - 23 June 2019 across some of London's most significant cultural institutions.
Saturday 15th of June, 2019
1:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Tube: Old Street Station (14 min walk)
Train: Shoreditch High Street (3 min walk)